Café en Seine is excited to announce a special collaboration with This Greedy Pig and art and lifestyle store Hen’s Teeth, to create a bespoke pop up art gallery in the Parisian inspired street garden of the newly refurbished venue.
The street garden at Café en Seine currently features an array of unique shop fronts including a record store which turns into a DJ booth, a wine shop, coffee and cocktail station and of course, an art gallery. The team at Café en Seine wanted to collaborate with creative, like minded people to bring the mini art gallery, which takes centre stage in the garden, to life! Hen’s Teeth/This Greedy Pig immediately felt like the perfect fit due to their brilliantly creative store and This Greedy Pig because of their impressive activations with global brands and local artists.
Hen’s Teeth specialise in limited edition prints by Irish and international artists. You’ll find these in their store alongside a range of clothing, books and ceramics. It is the sister business of This Greedy Pig, a creative agency connecting brands and culture, and record label Move Slow Records. Every 6 weeks they will curate the art on display within the gallery in the street garden, all of which can be purchased in Hen’s Teeth itself or online.
The first selection of art hand picked by the collective includes a print from well known Irish street artists Maser and Aches titled “U Are Alive”, a large centre piece by Italian creative designer and illustrator Marco Oggia, and a stunning inspiration piece from Brazillian illustrator and image maker Marina Esmeraldo. Joining them on the wall is number 13 in a series of 60 pieces from Niall Sweeney, aptly titled “Head 13” and an eye catching minimalist piece by Aron Hill called “A House For the Poor (With Yellow Roof)”.
All pieces are on display until the beginning of May 2019 and can be purchased framed or unframed.